IN AS­SO­CI­A­TION WITH UKTV

Daily Mirror (Northern Ireland) - - TODAY’S TV -

NEW TRICKS

ALIBI, 7pm We were bereft when this slick cop drama fin­ished for good, so thank good­ness we can now revel in end­less re­peats from the past. It’s a bit like re­open­ing our own cold cases.

In this par­tic­u­lar of­fer­ing, there are more ad­ven­tures with the mid­dle-aged de­tec­tive squad as they look into the case of a club fire which hap­pened in 1996.

The blaze killed ca­reer crim­i­nal Mark John­son, but fresh in­for­ma­tion sug­gests the fire might have been an ar­son at­tack.

THE BROKENWOOD MYS­TER­IES

DRAMA, 8pm

More grim mur­der cases in this hit crime se­ries from New Zealand.

Shep­herd and Sims al­ways get to the bot­tom of it, but it’s all about the jour­ney.

This time a thief’s corpse is found at a lo­cal auto re­pair shop with a lung­ful of gaso­line.

This dis­cov­ery is then fol­lowed by the mur­der of the peo­ple who worked there. There is def­i­nitely some­thing more sin­is­ter afoot than a break-in gone wrong.

GAMES ON THE BAT­TLE­FIELD

YES­TER­DAY, 9pm

Part of a Re­mem­brance week of pro­gram­ming, this fascinating his­tor­i­cal doc­u­men­tary looks back at some of the lesser known mo­ments from the Great War.

In the First World War, troops were en­cour­aged to take up sports in an at­tempt to boost morale. And so, just a few miles from the front, sol­diers played foot­ball, ran races or boxed. For many, it was their first en­counter with team games, and the ter­ri­ble con­flict left a sport­ing legacy.

MOST HAUNTED

RE­ALLY, 10pm Bring your nerves of steel and your stom­ach of iron if you want to tune in to this spook-search­ing re­al­ity show.

Yvette Field­ing, who has bizarrely moved into the TV niche of ghost hunter, takes her team to the Keigh­ley Bus Mu­seum.

Once there, they no­tice ve­hi­cles mov­ing on their own, strange foot­steps and some­thing which seems to take a dis­like to them.

Ex­pect a fair amount of scream­ing as they work out who (or what) wants them out.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from UK

© PressReader. All rights reserved.